HELICON INSULATED JACKET
The jacket concept that started it all – designed for skiers chasing deep powder on the coldest days of the season, we like to think of the Helicon as your invisible partner on and off the slopes. Premium warmth, comfort, and waterproofing perfectly blend with a clean, streamlined design that you’ll almost forget you have on.
Thinking about calling it quits early on cold New England days? Sub-zero temps don’t stand a chance against the Thermal-Mapped Primaloft Silver Performance Insulation, while features like Built-In Stretch, a Powder Skirt, and Hidden Chest Pockets ensure comfort and utility as you race to grab one more turn.
The Helicon is strong enough to keep you warm on windy lift rides, yet built with materials that won’t hold you back on the slopes. The two-layer design offers a unique approach to the snow, and allows movement and flexibility where other jackets fail. Go ahead and chase powder all season long – the Helium will be your perfect companion for it all.
20,000 mm (JIS L 1092 A-B / ISO 20811)
20,000 g/m²/24hrs (JIS L 1096 A / ISO 9237)
Fully Taped Seams
Durable Water Repellent (DWR)
80g (Body) 60g (Arms) Primaloft® Silver ECO Synthetic
Fabric Weight / Composition
150 g/m² (2LL Taffeta 75d + Poly 75d)
2.1 lbs (S) | 2.2 lbs (M) | 2.4 lbs (L) | 2.5 lbs (XL) | 2.6 lbs (2XL) | 2.7 lbs (3XL)
- Low Profile, Helmet Compatible Hood
- Internal Hood Cord Adjusters
- Diagonal Utility Drop Pockets
- Full Magnetic Closure Center Front Placket
- YKK Aquaguard Coil Two-Way / Dual-Slider Zipper
- Waist Level Side Entry Drop Pockets
- Dual Internal Mesh Drop Pockets
- Zippered RFID Sleeve Card Pocket
- Powder Snow Skirt
Size Chart Details - Upper Body
Chest Range – Diameter of the chest, measured 1" below the arm pit and straight across the chest, around the back.
Waist Range – Diameter of the waist, measured around the narrowest part of the midsection. Generally just below the bottom ribs.
Sleeve Length – Distance measured from the bottom center (nape) of the neck, straight across the shoulder, and down the relaxed arm (with elbow slightly bent) to the wrist.
Back Length – Distance measured down the back of the jacket from the bottom center (nape) of the neck to the end of the bottom hem.
Size Chart Details - Lower Body
Waist – Measure at the smallest part of the waist. This is often at or above the belly button. Keep the tape horizontal around the body when measuring.
Upper Hip – Measure at the fullest part of the seat. As with the waist measurement, you will want to keep the tape horizontal around the body.
Lower Hip – Measure from the widest part of the body below the waist; formed from the projection of the pelvis and the upper part of the femur.
Inseam – Measure the distance from the crotch point to the floor.
*We do recommend sizing up if you are in between sizes or if you prefer a more comfortable fit.